Ann McDonough Madden
MHS, PA-C, DFAAPA
Assistant Clinical Professor
Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
Physician Assistant Department
Three Parkway, Room 629
Ann McDonough Madden MHS, PA-C, DFAAPA received a BA from Boston College, a BS from Hahnemann University and a MHS from Drexel University. Madden is the course director for Biopsychosocial Issues in Patient Care, Health Policy for the PA student and course co-director for Clinical Medicine I. In addition she lectures and participates in small groups in Clinical Assessment, Patient Communications, Principles of Medical Science and Clinical Skills. Madden lectures and has presented research on the state and national levels and has coauthored a number of chapters in PA and NP review books.
Madden works in family practice at the Stephen Klein Wellness Center, a federally qualified health center, in north central Philadelphia and is particularly interested in providing high quality medical care to underserved and marginalized populations.
Social determinants of health, health inequities, disparities in healthcare and the role of the Physician Assistant in addressing and eliminating these inequities/disparities.
Madden is a member of the Pi Alpha National Honor Society and the Alpha Eta Society.
Professional Society:Madden is a board certified Physician Assistant and is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants.